I can connect to the machine ONLY IF the auth AND +pap AND +chap are omitted in all of the options files.
The connection is refused with any of those authentication options enabled.
If I run pppd from the command line - it says that it cannot find the secrets needed.
I cannot make pppd to print it’s debug messages no matter where I put the debug keyword: /etc/ppp/options or /etc/ppp/options.ser1
With tcp/ip v4.25D + tcp/ip security patch + tcp/ip security patch A everything works OK.
The Security patch is installed:
/bin/login 24060 26Apr2000
/bin/passwd 29880 26Apr2000
/bin/su 26613 23May2000
/usr/photon/v1.14/bin/phlogin 247208 01Jun2000
That’s why I’m pretty sure the security patch is in place.
My /etc/tinit.conf is:
-t /dev/con1 -T /dev/con2
-c “modem -T pppd” -T /dev/ser1
My /etc/ppp/options is:
My /etc/ppp/options.ser1 is:
My /etc/ppp/pap-secrets and /etc/ppp/chap-secrets are:
ftp my_host_name anonimous
admin my_host_name admin
/usr/bin/syslogd is running and has this /etc/syslog.conf:
The file /tmp/log/syslog really exists and has some records from other utilityes in it.